Rape Escape is a truly unique, non-martial arts method of self-defense designed specifically for women of all ages and fitness levels. There is no equipment to buy and no long term investment in classes. Any woman can realistically expect to walk away from either of our 3 hour seminars with an arsenal of skills that can save her life. Statistics show that 1 in every 4 women WILL be the victim of a sexual assault!
Did You Know the first 90 days of college are the 90 most dangerous in any girl's life? We teach AWARENESS and how to be a "HARD TARGET" for predators. We cover date rape drugs and the nefarious methods predators use to render you defenseless to their attacks. Awareness & Avoidance are your first line of defense!
In the Worst Case Scenario, the attacker has you pinned to the ground and rape is imminent. The Rape Escape method teaches you how to get free of the predator's hold and disable him, buying you precious time to make your escape!! We teach you how to effectively escape the most commonly used assault positions. Choke holds, bear hugs, being pinned down without the use of your arms, all of these are effectively defeated by our easy to learn movements.
Please view our "Course Schedule" above for our Rape Escape course offerings, descriptions, dates and register online, today. We are flexible and mobile if you'd like to schedule a class near you and the women and girls in your sphere of sisterhood.
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Violence Statistics Against Women in the United States | Despite the fact that advocacy groups like NOW have worked for two decades to halt the epidemic of gender-based violence and sexual assault, the numbers are still shocking. It is time to renew our national pledge, from the President and Congress on down to City Councils all across the nation to END violence against women and men, girls and boys. This effort must also be carried on in workplaces, schools, churches, locker rooms, the military, and in courtrooms, law enforcement, entertainment and the media. Read More from the National Organization For Women
Statistics on Sexual Violence | According to the National Crime Victimization Survey, which includes crimes that were not reported to the police, 232,960 women in the U.S. were raped or sexually assualted in 2006. That's more than 600 women every day. Other estimates, such as those generated by the FBI, are much lower because they rely on data from law enforcement agencies. A significant number of crimes are never even reported for reasons that include the victims feeling that nothing can/will be done and the personal nature of the incident. Read More
The Targets | Young women, low income women and some minorities are disproportionately victims of domestic violence and rape. Women ages 20-24 are at the greatest risk of nonfatal domestic violence, and women age 24 and under suffer from the highest rates of rape. The Justice Department estimates that one in five women will experience rape or attempted rape during their college years, and that less than five percent of these rapes will be reported. Read More
Resources from Bureau of Justice Statistics, Criminal Victimization in the United States, US Census Bureau, National Crime Victimization Survey, National Institute of Justice,